Rhassoul Clay is known for beneficial and healing properties. These include removing impurities from the skin and hair, reducing flaking/dry itchy scalp, and enhancing the clarity of the skin (Nicolaha60 (talk) 03:22, 24 February 2017 (UTC)). Reply[reply]
Rhassoul clay CAN REPLACE SHAMPOO. I grew up using rhassoul only, when I go to the hammam. It really cleans the hair better than shampoo, and live it silky. It's when I grew up that I started using shampoo because it's much easier to rinse it. No days we have no time to do anything, so we adopt easy ways. Plus we have to clean the bathtub soon after, which I do not have to do if I go to the hammam.
It's cleaning the bathtub that stops me from using rhassoul. Rather than that rhassoul is just perfect for the hair, better than any shampoo.